another cesspool? how the moderation would be handled?
  • Likely up to the moderators of individual subieddits and admins. The admin said that the rules disallow 2 things: anything illegal in the United States, and anything that's "gray area", more precisely lolicon/shotacon, etc. Oh yeah spam seems to get removed too, but that's about it. As long as subieddits keep to themselves, there won't be problems.
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  • so it's essentially 4chan rules with reddit UI. tbh i see the value prop, but not something i would really participate in.
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  • I mean, moderators of subieddits can create as strict rules as they want afaik, and enforce them how they want, so once more moderators come around I doubt it'll be as bad as the places on 4chan, but I can see that there'll be places that won't be tasteful, either way I think it's nice to have another option around. Just my two cents.
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  • there were some other nazi reddit instances i think. the one written in c# and just a bunch more. this is just another one, this time with a Bootstrap css theme.

    idk if that's really a thing that should exist out there in the world.
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  • Pretty sure your thinking of voat, which was created because some subreddits were getting quarantined/banned and needed another place to go, most people agree it's terrible, and there is another one called tildes that's a bit different, but ultimately this site seems to have been created because there wasn't any decent alternative, and I believe that's where this one stands different to it's predecessors.
    Already this platform has dealt with bestiality, hitler sympathizers, spam, and a few other things that many platforms haven't had to solve, let alone on the first day. I truly hope this one changes things for the better, and since it's completely open source, anyone can help with it.
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